Why We Love It
Mirror, mirror on the wall . . . this is sensory fun for all! Bend, step back, wave or jump and see your reflection change size and shape. Kids can't resist moving and experimenting to see their distorted reflections in the convex mirrors. Fascinating and playful, the Distortion Mirror helps kids build self-awareness and promotes social-emotional development. Hang indoors or outdoors for fun mirror play anywhere!
- Encourages visual skills and gross motor movement
- Supports kids with autism and sensory integration disorder
- Made by Fun and Function
- All ages
Ideas for Use
- Practice making different faces and gestures to learn about emotions
- Hang near the dress up center to add an extra visual element to imaginative play
- Dance with a friend in front of the mirror
- This mirror must be mounted on a wall. Before hanging the mirror, inspect the mirrored surface to ensure it is intact and free from damage. If the mirrored surfaces are intact and free from damage, hang the mirror. Once the mirror is hung, remove the protective film.
- For indoor use, install the mirror with adhesive (not included).
- For outdoor use, install using a mirror hanging kit (not included) suitable for the wall surface where it is to be hung.
- Board: 31.5"L x 31.5"W x 1"D
Mirrors: 9" Diameter
- Weighs 3.3 lbs.
- Made of flexible, high impact absorbing safety plastic
- Surface wash. Wipe dry.
- Color: White board with mirrors
Commitment to Safety
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